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Anti-Commie, America -vs- Commie Country

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posted on Sep, 28 2009 @ 05:15 PM
Ok, this is a good start to this thread, what I would like is for you to view the below material, and go find more 1940 - 1950 - 1960 - 1970
communist differences to the American Government "Ideal American" of those era's... think of this as a civic's lesson for all...
these shots may be in a proposed YouTube video for a public educational differences from then too now if you like. exposing the king if you like.
if you like the idea lets work together on it....

Its hard to tell if these have been voiced over or not. sort of makes you
feel they are period, but you never know these days.

enjoy, go ahead and start the conversation without me, I'll be popping in
and out as I try and dig up more stuff for this thread...

[edit on 28-9-2009 by Anti-Evil]

posted on Sep, 30 2009 @ 05:24 PM
ok, I guess there are no Americans here, and I still can not answer these questions - I have about this subject: what is Red White Blue..?
Apple Pie..? Baseball..? demonizing words about our current Foe..?
Now we do all have something in Common called the Constitution.
but that was gone the minute Congress Ratified the UN Charter.
but we still believe, maybe it requires more than a belief from
time to time, seems we have lots of wrongs to right and the sooner
we take care of business, the sooner we can all get a good nights sleep.

there is no Normal America to Point too ... and say ... SEE~!
give it a thought, i have ....

if we are the way we are it must be based on something, since I can not locate anything of normalcy when you think in these terms, of what the contenous american thinks he stands for these ideals and the actual state, and what they stand for - or their ideals - or their facts if you will.

[edit on 30-9-2009 by Anti-Evil]

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